Well two days ago was a very historic day, deeming the United States nation deems marriage between a man and a man or a woman and a woman completely legal and recognized by said government. Now I have gay friends, and they were celebrating as much as when everyone else got their civil rights way back in the day. Its amazing being part of this day and age of such a change. It was extremely quick to say the least. Newspapers and news stations everywhere were given something else to talk about besides the escaped convicts and crazy people. I believe they should have the same rights and all, but I do not think it should be called marriage.
Such a bold statement you may be thinking. Now meanings of words change in this world we live in, and I believe the word had truly changed two days ago. Marriage used to be and mean the legally or formally recognized union of a man and a woman. How long as marriage meant this? I'm not saying that a gay couple shouldn't be married, in a sense, but they should use some other word to in term divide normal marriage and a gay bond. "Bond" may be the correct word (I don't know I'm just typing here). But of course, the gay community would be offended in some way. They truly want to be looked as equal to that man and woman thing called true marriage, and now they will.
Change has happened. Adoptions will be up more than ever, and I guess there are a lot of perks to this new movement. Although I'm straight as an arrow, now everyone I know will have one thing, equality. I guess that's what the gay community was not be recognized for. They want that, that thing we already have, and they could continuously go around anything for that right. Some moved to different states, hell countries, for legal recognition and finally they don't have to do that anymore. We should all rejoice in this step to equality. Now all my conservative friends are quiet and won't speak out, and I guess this gives them more fuel for their fires or does it extinguish them? The gay pride is intense so I hold up my boombox to them (everyone was wearing figure-less gloves)!!
Anyway, I've been playing Final Fantasy 7 I've beaten all the Kingdom Hearts games (phenomenal games!) and I'm continuing my summer quest of getting at least 2 platinum trophies. Also, should I get a PS4? So many great games were announced and I think I may be able to wait until the PS5 is announced (excited for the most is probably KH3 or FF15 or even Fallout 4).